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Woods, Kim (2018). [Book Review] The Materiality of Devotion in Late Medieval Northern Europe: Images, Objects and Practices. Material Religion, 14(2) pp. 271–272.

Woods, Kim (2017). The Tree of Jesse Gates from Scarisbrick Hall. In: Davies, Glyn and Townsend, Eleanor eds. A Reservoir of Ideas: Essays in honour of Paul Williamson. London: Paul Holberton Publishing in association with V&A publishing, pp. 235–244.

Woods, Kim (2017). The activation of the image: expatriate carvers and kneeling effigies in late Gothic Spain. The Sculpture Journal, 26(1) pp. 11–24. file

Woods, Kim (2016). Plantagenets in alabaster. In: Crooks, Peter; Green, David and Ormorod, W. Mark eds. The Plantagenet Empire, 1259-1453. Harlaxton Medieval studies, XXVI. Donington: Shaun Tyas Publishing, pp. 89–108.

Woods, Kim (2014). Altarpieces in alabaster. In: Fajt, Jiri and Hörsch, Markus eds. Niederländische Skulpturenexporte nach Nord- und Ostmitteleuropa vom 14. bis 16. Jahrhundert. Studia Jagellonica Lipsiensia. Ostfildern: Jan Thorbecke Verlag, pp. 41–58.

Woods, Kim (2013). Encountering icons: Byzantine art in the Netherlands, Bohemia and Spain during the 14th and 15th centuries. In: Lymberopoulou, Angeliki and Duits, Rembrandt eds. Byzantine art and Renaissance Europe. Ashgate, pp. 135–157.

Woods, Kim (2013). Sculpture from the Elsloo Group in England. In: A Masterly Hand: Interdisciplinary Research on the Late-Medieval Sculptor Master of Elsloo in an International Perspective, Scientia Artis, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage, pp. 148–161.

Woods, Kim (2012). The Master of Rimini and the tradition of alabaster carving in the early 15th century Netherlands. Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, 62(1) pp. 56–83.

Woods, Kim (2012). The fortunes of art in alabaster: a historiographical analysis. In: From minor to major: the minor arts and their current status in art history, Mar 2011, Princeton, USA.

Woods, Kim (2010). The supply of alabaster in Northern and Mediterranean Europe in the Later Middle Ages. In: Kirby, Jo; Nash, Susie and Cannon, Joanna eds. Trade in Artists' Materials: Markets and Commerce in Europe to 1700. London, UK: Archeype Publications, pp. 86–93.

Woods, Kim W. (2007). Imported Images: Netherlandish Late Gothic Sculpture in England, c.1400-c.1550. Donington: Paul Watkins Publishing.

Woods, Kim (2007). The Mercers' Christ re-examined. In: Marks, Richard ed. Late Gothic England: Art and Display. Donington, UK: Shaun Tyas, pp. 57–69.

Woods, Kim (2006). A passion altarpiece restored. Apollo pp. 40–45.

Woods, Kim W. (2005). Themes iconographiques et sources. In: D'Hainaut-Zveny, Brigitte and Schmitt, Jean-Claude eds. Miroirs du Sacre: les retables sculptes a Bruxelles XVe - XVIe Siecles. Brussels: CFC-Editions, pp. 77–93.

Woods, Kim (2005). Centres of excellence. In: Van de Velde, Carl; Beeckman, Hans; Van Acker, Joris and Verhaege, Frans eds. Constructing wooden images: organization of labour and working process of late Gothic carved altarpieces in the Low Countries. Brussels: Brussels University Press, pp. 51–74.

Woods, Kim W. (2003). Questions d'attribution stylistique: retables inedits en Angleterre. In: Guillot de Suduiraut, Sophie ed. Retables brabançons des XVe et XVIe siècles. Paris, France: Musee du Louvre, pp. 345–376.

Woods, Kim W. (2002). The pre-reformation altarpiece of Long Melford Church. Antiquaries Journal, 82 pp. 93–104.

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